She publicly accused Jawad Nasrallah, son of Hezbollah’s chief, to have launched a public campaign inciting murder against her.
Lebanese photojournalist Hasan Shaaban is facing death threats to leave his hometown while he just did his work by covering a protest about the living conditions in the south of Lebanon.
Hezbollah partisans deemed the protest as a rebellion against Hezbollah’s authority in the area and accused Shaaban of “collaborator.”
In his tweet, Minister Mohammed Moratada, a judge appointed by Amal Movement as a minister, justified threats and killing. In response to the severe reactions to his statement, he defended his tweet as emphasizing raising awareness and protecting free expression rather than a call to kill.